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[texts]Cómo Hacer Una Actividad Sugar - James Simmons
Se trata de la traducción del manual oficial para crear Actividades que corran sobre la plataforma Sugar lanzada con el proyecto OLPC. El libro está dirigido a usuarios de Sugar: niños, adolescentes y docentes. Su lectura no exige experiencia previa en programación. La obra es un balance óptimo entre divulgación de conceptos generales del arte de programar, fruto de la experiencia en el área del autor, y detalles concretos sobre la anatomía de una Actividad Sugar...
Keywords: One Laptop Per Child; Sugar Labs; Python; Education; Educational Software; CHUAS; FLOSS Manuals
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[texts]E Book Enlightenment - James Simmons
This is a manual written for the One Laptop Per Child project explaining how to use e-books effectively. It includes topics like how to find free e-books, the different e-book formats available, how to create e-books in each format, methods of scanning bound and printed books to create e-books out of them, and options for publishing e-books including the Internet Archive, Project Gutenberg, setting up your own Book Server, and even the Kindle Store...
Keywords: One Laptop Per Child; Sugar Labs; E-Books; Education; Educational Software; FLOSS Manuals
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[texts]Achieving Impossible Things with Free Culture and Commons-Based Enterprise - Terry Hancock
Free PDF E-book version of Achieving Impossible Things with Free Culture and Commons-Based Enterprise, by Free Software Magazine columnist Terry Hancock. 290 pages with 94 illustrations Available in paperback or hardback from Free Software Magazine Press. Additional information at: From the cover: How did they do that? Six “impossible things”: GNU/Linux, Wikipedia, the Creative Commons, the Blender Foundation, Open Hardware, and the OLPC/Sugar project...
Keywords: free software; open source; free culture; commons-based peer production; commons-based enterprise; Free Software Magazine; Blender Foundation; Blender Open Movies; Wikipedia; Project Gutenberg; Open Hardware; One Laptop Per Child; Sugar Labs; licensing; copyleft; hosting; marketing; design; online community; Debian GNU/Linux; GNU General Public License; Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; TAPR Open Hardware License; collective patronage; women in free software; Creative Commons; OScar; C,mm,n; Free Software Foundation; Open Source Initiative; Freedom Defined; Free Software Definition; Debian Free Software Guidelines; Sourceforge; Google Code; digital rights management; digital restrictions management; technological protection measures; DRM; TPM; linux; gnu; manifesto
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